I have introduced our reality as a part of the whole body in and of creation. He/she is the whole self, a whole being who creates, and projects or places through his/her Nervous System, all that we are and experience. It takes us beyond the usual references for determining ourselves and our reality – beyond language, perception and context, we exist and the worlds we may experience exist, as “a” projected part of our whole. We, as self or identity, and our experiences may be in relation with the whole body, as projected actuality.
Beyond what we may determine, projection is the very existence and substance of our reality, of our self having an experience, and may include the conscious, witness and our deeper being but also the worlds outside and within, and the things and beings apparently contained within them that we may experience. They are placed in particular places, and in relation with the whole body. The plurality of those separate parts of our reality, between which is our linearity or identification and within which is our circularity and association, is brought to a singularity with projection.
In becoming a part in relation with the whole body, the singularity that is our projected actuality grows – we integrate within our reality and in relation with our whole. The inclusion of the witness and other possible disassociated parts can only occur in relation with our whole self. The reference and presence of the whole body is also necessary to encompass the potentially never ending or on going processes of our integration. Look to a relation with who is beyond our immediate experiences – beyond our actuality, or the singularity that contains our plurality, is our one individual whole who encompasses our all.